Sanjay Shah, the founder of Solo Capital and Autism Rocks recently held an interview with Eric Dye on Enterprise Radio; excerpts from the interview were published on Pharmiweb press release. The Entrepreneurial Podcast Network’s Enterprise Radio show offers a great platform for budding and seasoned entrepreneurs to get business advice from respectable entrepreneurs. During the interview, which was held in early April, Shah talked about various issues, including the creation of Solo Capital, the motivation behind Autism Rocks and personal advice to entrepreneurs.
Shah’s advice to entrepreneur planning to start a business is to be careful not to underestimate the amount of capital they need for business. He also advises entrepreneurs to eliminate the assumption that they can do everything by themselves. Shah established Solo Capital in September 2011. His idea to start Autism Rocks, a charity organization dedicated to autism research was inspired by his son Nikhil, who was diagnosed with the neurological disorder. Through Autism Rocks, Shah has managed to combine his love for family and passion for music with his entrepreneurial spirit to fund research and spearhead autism awareness.
About Sanjay Shah
Sanjay Shah is a renowned entrepreneur and philanthropist. He is best known as the founder of Solo Capital Partners and Autism Rocks charity organization. According to information site Zoominfo.com, Sanjay Shah founded Solo Capital after he lost his accounting job in 2008, as a result of the global financial crisis that began in 2008. He previously worked for leading global financial firms such as Merrill Lynch, Stanley Morgan and Credit Suisse. Prior to pursuing his accounting and business career, Shah began by studying medicine.
Over the years, Shah has used his entrepreneurial spirit and knowledge to start a string of successful companies around the world. On the philanthropic front, Shah established the charity organization Autism Rocks in 2014. He began his philanthropic work by providing hospital transport to autistic children in Dubai.